A heritage variety of Californian Poppy with large lustrous pink flowers from June to September. Plants have appealing grey-green feathery leaves and grow to about 25cm in height. They are attractive to pollinators and may need support in exposed areas.
Californian Poppies prefer sun and poor or moderately fertile soil. They self-seed, although the colours may change in subsequent years as the bees cross-pollinate the flowers. Plants are tolerant of prolonged dry spells.
Pack of approx 1000. Sow directly into prepared soil in early autumn or late spring, or early sowings can be done indoors in seed trays for planting out in late spring. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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